Question about Compaq Presario SR1030NX (DW256A#ABA) PC Desktop
I believe that my Presario has an integrated network card. I also believe that it may have taken a hit in a recent electrical storm. It stopped working but everything else seems to work. I've put a USB wireless device on it to get access to my network. I cannot disable the other card through control panel/system/hardware/device manager. It just goes into perptual busy state. Now I cannot install upgraded Norton Antivirus. It gets hung up on installing network drivers. I suspect it's hung up trying to get at the same network port. Is there any way I can hardware disable the network part of the multifunction card?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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